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HAPPY NEW YEAR 2021 TO ALL MEMBERS,Viewers & Readers








Tuesday, September 27, 2022

Saturday, September 24, 2022

 DATA ENTRY SKILL TEST (DEST) FOR APPOINTMENT TO THE POST OF POSTAL ASSISTANT AND SORTING ASSISTANT   (CLICK THE LINK BELOW TO VIEW)

https://utilities.cept.gov.in//dop/pdfbind.ashx?id=7172

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A-34012/03/2022-DE  21/09/2022   CONDUCT OF LIMITED DEPARTMENTAL COMPETITIVE EXAMINATION (LDCE) FOR PROMOTION TO THE CADRE OF P. S. GROUP 'B' FOR THE VACANCY YEAR 2021 AND 2022, SCHEDULED TO BE HELD ON 6TH NOVEMBER, 2022

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https://utilities.cept.gov.in//dop/pdfbind.ashx?id=7171

 

POST ATTACHED QUARTERS OF POSTMASTERS  CLARIFICATION DTD 22.09.2022


 CENTRAL CIVIL SERVICES (LEAVE) RULES, 1972 (UPDATED AS ON 19.09.2022)

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https://documents.doptcirculars.nic.in/D2/D02est/ConsolidatedCCSRulesiAmwP.pdf

 

COMPENDIUM OF INSTRUCTIONS REGARDING GRANT OF TRANSPORT ALLOWANCE AT DOUBLE THE NORMAL RATES TO PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES EMPLOYED IN CENTRAL GOVERNMENT

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https://doe.gov.in/sites/default/files/TPTA%20order%20new.pdf

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CENTRAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES GROUP INSURANCE SCHEME TABLE OF BENEFITS FOR THE PERIOD 01.07.2022 TO 30.09.2022

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https://doe.gov.in/sites/default/files/CGEGIS%20Table%20of%20Benefits%2001.07.2022%20to%2030.09.2022_Eng.pdf

 RECONCILIATION OF OUTSTANDING BALANCE IN POSB / SAVINGS CERTIFICATES SCHEME




 FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQS) ON RESERVATION TO ECONOMICALLY WEAKER SECTIONS (EWSS) IN POSTS/SERVICES UNDER CENTRAL GOVERNMENT      LINK       WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 2022  

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https://documents.doptcirculars.nic.in/D2/D02est/ews%20faq_1_compressedicLhY.pdf

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APPEAL OF DEPARTMENT OF EX-SERVICEMEN WELFARE TO DONATE MINIMUM OF RS.200/- TO ARMED FORCES FLAG DAY FUND (AFFDF)

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https://dopt.gov.in/sites/default/files/AFFDF2022.pdf

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REVISED PAY LEVELS AS PER RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE SEVENTH CENTRAL PAY COMMISSION - ISSUE OF INSTRUCTIONS ON REVISION IN MINIMUM QUALIFYING SERVICE REQUIRED FOR PROMOTION – REGARDING

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https://documents.doptcirculars.nic.in/D2/D02est/Minimum%20Qualifying%20Service%20for%20promotionUOH9Y.pdf

Wednesday, September 21, 2022

 INFORMATION DOCUMENT ON RECOVERY OF WRONGFUL/EXCESS PAYMENTS MADE TO GOVERNMENT SERVANTS.

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https://dopt.gov.in/sites/default/files/DS_recovey_consod.pdf

 GUIDELINES ON IMPLEMENTATION OF SUO-MOTU DISCLOSURE UNDER SECTION 4 OF RTI ACT, 2005 -COMPLIANCE REG.   (CLICK THE LINK BELOW TO VIEW)

https://documents.doptcirculars.nic.in/D2/D02rti/OM%20on%20Suo%20Motu%20disclosureZmY0L.PDF

 PROCESSING OF TRANSFER APPLICATIONS OF GDS

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TDS DEDUCTION IN SCSS ACCOUNTS

Sir/Madam,

 

This is regarding updation of form 15H and PAN Number in SCSS accounts.

i) TDS will be deducted in this quarter for SCSS customers who receive more than Rs. 50,000 as interest per annum. If a customer has a cumulative of Rs. 6 lacs & above in SCSS a/c, TDS would be deducted unless form 15H is given by the customer. To avoid this, form 15H must be obtained from the eligible customers and each account must be marked as *"15H & No tax"* in Finacle. The list of SCSS account opened can be generated through HACSP menu for ready reference.

ii) Also, ensure that all SCSS accounts must be seeded with PAN number as if an account does not have PAN Number, TDS would be deducted irrespective of interest amount.

Since, the process has to be completed before 29.09.2022(which is the cutoff date in Finacle for TDS deduction), it is requested to circulate the instruction through email/whatsapp to all offices/SPMs and ensure compliance is received from the SPMs.

This activity is important to avoid inconvenience to the senior citizen customers and also avoid public grievances as this office is receiving this TDS related complaints frequently.

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CENTRAL CIVIL SERVICES (JOINING TIME) RULES, 1979

The Central Civil Services (Joining Time) Rules, 1979 notified vide GSR 695 dated 8th May, 1979 the rules were amended vide Notification GSR 197 dated 10th March, 1989 and again vide GSR 229(E) dated 27th March, 2015,
Summary of these various instructions can be viewed/downloaded here

 REIMBURSEMENT OF MEDICAL CLAIMS TO PENSIONERS UNDER CS (MA) RULES-1944

 CGHS CARD IS VALID FOR REFERRAL TO EMPANELLED HCOs OF PENSIONER BENEFICIARIES THROUGH REFERRAL MODULE, IRRESPECTIVE OF CITY/WC WHERE THE CARD IS REGISTERED


 


Wednesday, September 14, 2022

 HISTORIC WOMEN CONVENTION AT BIDAR, KARNATAKA


The Women Convention under NFPE has been successfully held on 10-11 September 2022 at Bidar, Karnataka. At the very beginning the National Flag and the Red Flag of NFPE have been hoisted by Com. K. Hemalata, President, CITU and Com. R. N. Parashar, Secretary General, Confederation. Nearly 350 Women-delegates across the country participated in the convention. Com. A. Sreenivasa, Com. Jasmin Jalal Begum, Com. Mousumi Majumdar and Com. Sumana were in the Presidium. On behalf of presidium Com. Mangala Bhagwat has anchored over the convention. After observing one minute’s silence in memory of the martyrs of mass movement and leaders, common men who died in this period, main business started. Com. K. Hemalata, President, CITU inaugurated the convention. Com. R. N. Parashar, Secretary General, Confederation delivered an educative speech on ‘History of P&T Movement in India.

 Com. Janardan Majumdar, Secretary General, NFPE placed the draft report on which 33 delegates took part in discussion. Amongst others, Com. D. B. Mohanty, General Secretary, All India Postmen and MTS Union, Com. Jasmin Jalal Begum, General Secretary, AIPSBCOEA, Com. G. Janakiram, Working President, Group ‘C’ (CHQ) delivered their valuable speech. Com. Nanda Sen, Com. Swati Roybera, Com. A. Valarmathi were present in the Convention. Com. Rakesh Kumar, Assistant Financial Secretary, Group ‘C’ (CHQ) was in the convention. Com. A. Shravan Kumar, Organising Secretary, Group ‘C’ (CHQ) & Circle Secretary, Group ‘C’, Telangana, Com. Pratap Reddy, Ex-Circle President, Group ‘C’, Telangana Circle were also there and helped us in many ways.  In evening of 10th September, colourful cultural programme was staged, where some delegates also had taken part.

 We express our sincere thanks to NFPE, Karnataka Circle and also the Reception Committee where Dr. Abdul Qadeer was the Chairman while Com. Mangala Bhagwat was the General Convenor. All are happy and delighted with the vast and sincere arrangement for the convention. Dr. Abdul Qadeer, Chairman, Reception Committee and also Chairman, Shaheen Group of Institutions, Bidar invited all the delegates/leaders in dinner at his institution. We had an unique experience there. Girls/Students of this institution coming from different states greeted us in their respective local languages. We had such a feeling that we were in mini-India, the root of its cultural heritage being ‘Unity in Diversity’ which the present Central Govt. is trying to finish in the name of so called Hinduism.

 The delegates reached at the venue till 9th September night were invited to take dinner by Sardar Balbir Singh, President, Prabhandhak Commitee Gurudwara Nanak Jhira Saheb, Bidar. Both the institutions rendered selfless services to the delegates for which we are expressing our gratitude in them. Finally after reply-speech by Secretary General, from the convention one 26 members Women Sub Committee has been formed which are given below: -

 

Chairperson             :           Com. Mangala Bhagwat, P3, Karnataka

 

Vice Chairperson    :           Com. Mausumi Majumdar, P3, Assam

                                                Com. Saryu Rao Brahmbatt, P3, Gujarat

 

Joint Convenor       :           Com. Jasmine Jalal Begum, SBCO, Tamilandu

                                                Com. Bineeta Sen, R3, West Bengal

 

Asstt. Covenors       :           Com. Snehal Sanjay Ingole, P3, Maharashtra

                                                Com. S. Dhanya, P4, Kerala

                                                Com. Rekha Yadav, R3, Chattisgarh

                                                Com. Saranamma, R4, Karnataka

                                                Com. Tamalika Saha, GDS, West Bengal

 

Members                  :           Com. Piyali Raha, R3, West Bengal

                                                Com. Moushumi Bhattacharya, P3, West Bengal

                                                Com. M. Asha, P3, Kerala

                                                Com. Chaitra Gowda, P3, Karnataka

                                                Com. Sunita Dwivedi, P3, Chattishgarh

                                                Com. J. Fathema, P4, Tamilnadu

                                                Com. Alma Minz, P3, Madhya Pradesh

                                                Com. Y. D. G. Smitha, P3, Telangana

                                                Com. Chandrawati Das, P3, Odisha

                                                Com. K. Mrudula, R3, AP

                                                Com. Gayatri K. S., R3, Karnataka

                                                Com. Vanaja D., R4, Karnataka

                                                Com. Suvarna Khopada, P4, Maharashtra

                                                Com. M. Anitha, GDS, Karnataka

                                                Com. Shashi Bala, P3, Delhi

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Com. K. Hemlata, President CITU is inaugurating the Women Convention

Dr. Abdul Qadeer, Chairman Reception Committee and also Chairman, Shaheen Group of Institutions is delivering welcome-speech.

Com. R. N. Parashar, Secretary General, Confederation on  History of P&T movement in India.


Com Janardan Majumdar, Secretary General, NFPE is placing the draft report.

Com Mangla Bhagwat, General Convener is anchoring over the Convention


Com. D. B. Mohanty, GS, AIPEU Postmen and MTS, Com. G. Janakiraman, Working President, CHQ & Circle Secretary, Gr C Karnataka Circle delivering their speech



Delegates taking part on organisational report placed by Secretary General, NFPE




Com. A. Sreenivasa, Vice President, NFPE facing local TV Channel on Women Convention.


Tuesday, September 13, 2022

 MISSING ENTRIES IN GPF ACCUMULATION OF SUBSCRIBER REGARDING (18/08/2022)

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https://documents.doptcirculars.nic.in/D3/D03ppw/GPF_02092022pxj4Y.pdf

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CENTRAL CIVIL SERVICES (JOINING TIME) RULES, 1979-CONSOLIDATED INSTRUCTIONS

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https://documents.doptcirculars.nic.in/D2/D02est/ConsolidatedJoiningTimeRulesiUBTX.pdf 

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EXTENSION OF SPECIAL CONCESSIONS / INCENTIVES TO THE CENTRAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES WORKING IN KASHMIR VALLEY IN ATTACHED, SUBORDINATE OFFICES, PSUS FALLING UNDER CONTROL OF THE CENTRAL GOVERNMENT FOR A FURTHER PERIOD OF 3 YEARS WITH EFFECT FROM 01.08.2021

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https://documents.doptcirculars.nic.in/D2/D02est/Special%20Incentive%20Kashmir%20ValleyfoJux.pdf

Monday, September 12, 2022

MINUTES OF THE MEETING HELD ON 29/08/2022 TO DISCUSS THE ISSUES RELATED TO CADRE REVIEW OF MMS.





 DEMAND DAY

ON COMPLETING ONE MONTH OF HISTORICAL STRIKE ON 10th  AUGUST-2022 - OBSERVED 10th September 2022 AS DEMAND DAY IN DIFFERENT DIVISIONS UNDER WEST BENGAL CIRCLE








Saturday, September 10, 2022